Verizon India has announced the appointment of Vijayaraman Subramanian as the Vice president and Managing Director. Subramanian is succeeding Kalyani Sekar who taking up a global leadership role within the organization, in the US.
In his new role, Subramanian will be spearheading and establishing Verizon India as a strategic development center and an emerging innovation hub. He aims to drive cutting-edge technology capabilities like 5G for Verizon.
Subramanian has been with Verizon India since its inception in 2001. Within these years he has led multiple business teams and has played a significant role in driving comprehensive solutions for Verizon’s network and technology needs. "He has also been integral to organization-wide initiatives like talent transformation, driving innovation through intrapreneurship, and engaging with the external ecosystem including startups and academia," the company said.
Prior to this new role, Subramanian was the interim head for Verizon India, leading the transformational journey of the organization. He comes with extensive experience of over 21 years and started his career as a Trainee at HCL. He is an experienced leader in establishing, growing, and managing technology centers (GCC). He comes with great experience in driving a global delivery model, global innovation centers, and centers of excellence from India. Subramanian also holds two patents on Intelligent connection manager (M2M / IoT), & Customized diagrammatic view of a network topology (Network of Devices, IoT etc).